Water Car Muslim Invents Vehicle Runs On Water
The eco-friendly car uses a mix of water and chemicals that costs just under 2p a litre to produce. A car mechanic from India claims to have designed an astonishing car that runs on water.
Mohammad Raees Markani, 44, has been modifying an 800 cc engine for the last five years – and now believes he has made the scientific breakthrough. The eco-friendly car uses a mix of water and carbides.
Incredibly, A one litre mix of this concoction costs under two pence – making it more cost effective than traditional fuels. Markani, from the state of Madhya Pradesh, said: “The car runs on acetylene gas , which is formed from a chemical reaction between calcium carbide and water.
The gas is used for several industrial purposes including welding and portable lighting for miners. But in my case, I am using it to propel the car engines . “I have made other changes to the engines, which helps the overall performance of the car . So basically, it is just about the water.”